Frida Kahlo 'Timeless' Exhibit Opens At Cleve Carney Museum At College Of DuPageIt features 26 pieces of Kahlo's work, a photo history of her life and a Kahlo-inspired garden.
Women's History Month: Tonika Lewis Johnson, An Artist Devoted To Chicago NeighborhoodsWe are introducing you to an artist devoting her work to investigating why Chicago neighborhoods just miles apart, can feel and look like worlds apart.
Celebrating Black History Makers: Artist Jeff Beckham Finds New Calling In Old SkillCBS 2 is highlighting the Black history makers in Chicago – the people who are breaking barriers and inspiring future generations. For Jeff Beckham, that meant finding a new calling in an old skill.
Chicago Artist Injured In Firework AttackThe artist was planning on turning an old church into a community center.
Largest Private Collection Of Frida Kahlo Art Coming To College Of DuPageThe 26-piece collection will be on loan from the Museo Dolores Olmedo. It will showcase various sketches and paintings spanning Kahlo's career. Her notable self-portraits feature everything from sexuality, politics and death.
Artist Paying Off Debt Of Tragedy, One Painting At A TimeMarjorie Jean Geist's unpaid medical bills total almost $10,000. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Artist Buying Signs From Homeless For ExhibitA Texas artist mas walking around Chicago on Friday, buying the signs homeless people use to try to get people to give them money.
Artist Won't Let Disability Stop Her From PaintingCBS 2’s Brad Edwards introduces us to Mariam Paré, who was paralyzed by a bullet in 1996.
Chicago Artist Picked To Design Artwork For New 95th Street TerminalA Chicago artist whose work has been featured around the world has been picked as the head of a major art project for the CTA.
Your Chicago: Local Artist's EaselFor 38 years, police work was Patrick Thompson’s career. But painting was his passion. CBS 2's Kate Sullivan reports.
Local Artist Profile: Patrick Skoff, ‘Art Hunt’ CreatorIf you’ve ever felt intimidated to walk into an art gallery, you’re not alone. CBSChicago.com recently chatted with Patrick Skoff about his project, what goes in to planning a cross-country jaunt, and how to make art more accessible.